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AgStar Home Mortgage Services launches the "You Make the Difference" campaign

Fri, Nov 11th, 2011
Posted in Agriculture

AgStar Home Mortgage Services, a division of AgStar Financial Services, ACA is excited to announce its "You Make the Difference" campaign. Volunteers from any of the 69 counties in AgStar's local service area can submit an entry on AgStar Home's Facebook page to win up to $5,000 for their charity of choice.

To submit your story, first record a short video or write an essay with photos about how you've made a difference in your community and why your charity should win the contest. Submit the video or essay with photos to AgStar Home Mortgage Services' Facebook page by liking the page and using the contest application to upload the necessary information. Finally, share the link with all of your friends and family to have them "like" your submission.

The submission with the most Facebook "likes" will win $5,000 for their charity. In addition, the second place winner will receive $2,000 and the third place winner will receive $1,000 for their respective charities.

"AgStar Home Mortgage Services is committed to giving back to rural America, just like our neighbors and friends who volunteer in our communities," said Jodie Hermer, vice president of AgStar Home Mortgage Services. "We recognize the importance of these valuable volunteers and community programs because we live and work in these same communities. We're proud to offer this financial donation to support the efforts which bring a true sense of community to rural America."

Submissions will be received on the AgStar Home Mortgage Services' Facebook page at until Nov. 30, 2011. Winners will be announced Dec. 1, 2011.

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